Microsoft is now more valuable than Alphabet

Christine Joy Sedenio
Christine Joy Sedenio June 1, 2018
Updated 2022/04/14 at 10:59 AM

For the first time in three years, Microsoft valued at $753 billion while Alphabet valued at $739 billion, making Microsoft more valuable than Google’s parent company Alphabet, as reported by CNBC.

Microsoft is the third most valuable company in the world; it shows how Microsoft has improved for the past five years.  The company is still behind Apple and Amazon and most likely their current position now is just temporary since Google has always surpassed Microsoft in positions several times before.

Microsoft earned almost 35 percent of revenue from Windows, Surface and gaming with cloud 30 percent and another 30 percent for productivity, while Google created 90 percent of its revenue from advertising.

Microsoft has increased $10 billion than Google Alphabet and might double next year because of the company’s cloud business.

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